Free speech rights don’t apply if liberal crowd takes offense

Posted by on Mar 01, 2013 at 9:12 am

Liberals love the First Amendment. Except when they hate it.

Recently I wrote in my regular Washington Times Monday column, “How To Save Your Family,” a piece lamenting the confusion created by gender-bending fashion models and the emerging sentiment that little children somehow show their true, transgendered selves when they show “inquisitiveness about the other sex, and all the trappings of male or female life.” I cited a leading expert on children and gender dysphoria, Kenneth Zucker, who believes that children who seem confused about their gender identity should enter therapy with the goal to “understand themselves better” and figure out “what might be causing them to develop what I call a ‘fantasy solution,’ that being the other sex will make them happy.”

I ended my column by encouraging parents to affirm their child’s masculine or feminine identity, because “God made us male and female and that’s something to celebrate.”

And for speaking that truth, the homosexual activists have mounted a vicious campaign to silence me.

The Washington Times is under attack for carrying my column. The paper has been barraged by demands from homosexuals/transgenders and their supporters that my column be banned. And my inbox has been flooded by hateful mail from this same crowd who seek to intimidate and silence me. It’s ironic that my critics exercise their free speech by writing the publisher and using the media to criticize my words, but would deny me the same rights.

This is what passes for tolerance in Obama’s America?

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2 Responses to “Free speech rights don’t apply if liberal crowd takes offense”

  1. Vic Kelley on 1/01/13 at 3:01 pm

    Sounds like you’re doing things right. If you ever get the support of the loud, violent minority fringe groups then you should worry.

    They don’t respect diversity of opinion you know. Look at the hate Seth McFarlane (sp?) is getting from feminists with chips on their shoulders. I didn’t like him or his stupid schtick routine but I didn’t let it rile me up.